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After it's successful first series, with Nerine Tassie crowned as the winner, Sky Arts have opened applications for Landscape Artist of the Year 2016.
The Sky Arts Landscape Competition, produced by Storyvault Films, is an evolution of the Portrait Artist of the Year. It's in association with the National Trust to showcase the love and delight that the British countryside has offered artists for so many years. The upcoming series will be filmed at National Trust properties across the country in June and July 2016. Exact details will be released in early 2016, so watch this space!
The popular duo Frank Skinner and Joan Bakewell will return to present, and the familiar judges Tai Shan Schierenberg, Kathleen Soriano and Kate Bryan will also be judging this series.
WHAT YOU CAN WIN
The winner of Landscape Artist of the Year 2016 will be awarded a £10,000 commission and £500 to spend on art materials at Cass Art.
HOW TO APPLY
You can apply on the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year page here.
You must submit a photograph of one of your landscape paintings (not including the frame.) You then submit an additional landscape, and an optional third piece of art which doesn't have to be a landscape. You must also submit a passport photograph.
All photographs must be JPEGs, no less than 800KB and no more than 1.5MB.
One entry per person, and applications close at 12 noon on Friday 15th April 2016.
Find out more and enter the Landscape Artist of the Year competition on the Sky Arts website.
Please follow @laoty2016 to keep up to date with developments on Landscape Artist of the Year 2016.
Read the Cass Art interview with the last winner, Nerine Tassie, on our blog.